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most of the area currently dry although rather cloudy and very humid out there. off to the south and west. frontal system. and that front will be hanging out here in the area as isaac really starts to roll in later today. showers and storms back in the forecast. bring an umbrella here. temperature in washington is 79 degrees. dew point temperature is currently 73. that's making it feel uncomfortable out there. 65 in boston. a little cooler into new england. not much relief for us today. 83, a little cool with the cloud cover or cooler than it's been the last couple days. showers and storms likely this afternoon. more details on that 7 day forecast in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you. parts of northwest dc neighborhood in clean up mood once again. >> got hit with severe flading
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for the 4th time this summer. live on the scene with the latest on this on going problem. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this area is still drying out from that flooding last night. and you can bet people are watching that forecast worried they might be under water again. this street right here last night filled with water. cars could not get through. the road was closed. and the problem is this seems to happen when there is heavy rain. swept away cars. cell phone video shows one person who had to be rescued. helped a number of people who were trapped in cars. the neighborhoods are low lying areas prone to flooding. but four times is a lot even here. apartments and homes flooded with raw sewage. and the flooding is a constant fear for people here. formed a task force to get to the bottom of the problem. a long-term solution is in the works but
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won't be done until 2025. people here don't know what to do. >> kept tabbed on it and i'd like to know what they are going to do. we can't wait for 2025 to come through for this to get fixed. >> dcwater is using cameras to inspect 90,000 square feet of tunnels in this area trying to see if there's some sort of blockage that might help in the immediate term. so far, though, they have no answers about what is causing all this flooding. that's the latest here. back to you. >> all right. thank you. now, as we mentioned , it wasn't just the streets but the subway that was flooded last night. this is a picture inside the university metro station. you can see water covering most of the tracks. hope to reopen the station today. and reminds riders that the system is on a sunday schedule today due to the labor day holodachlt --
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labor day holiday. >> the democratic national convention kicks off tomorrow and culminates with the acceptance speech on thursday. nicole is live in charlotte this morning with a preview. >> reporter: good morning. democrats hoping to recreate at this convention the same level of enthusiasm the obama campaign generated back in 2008. >> some 6,000 delegates and tens and thousands of others converging on charlotte, north carolina for the democratic national convention. along with president obama's supporters are critics as antiobama demonstrators gather. >> frustrated and rejected by the political system. >> they are not what they seem and people have to understand that. >> the president's team laying out the case for a second term and framing presidential nominee
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mitt romney's approach as a return to the policies of the past. >> mitt romney is going to offer trickled down fairy dust. it didn't work then and not work now. >> president obama continuing the theme while speaking to students sunday giving this critique of last week's national convention. >> despite all the challenge we face, what they offered over those three days was an agenda that was better suited for the last century. it was a rerun. it could have been on nick at night. we've seen it before. you might as well watch it on a black and white tv with rabbit ears. >> president obama will accept his party's nomination on thursday night. >> celebrities for the most part stayed away from the republican convention last week. but that's not the case here. ashley judd is a delegate for
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tennessee. and eva longoria is expected to speak. >> first to tell you about big news being made at the dc delegation big breakfast. mark is there. congress woman who chairs the national democratic party has mid a last minute appearance at the breakfast. mark tells us its move is intended to smooth over rough feelings on the part of dc delegates. the push for state hood isn't part of the platform. mark will have much more on today's events when he joins us tonight at 5 and 10:00. >> top stories this morning, president obama is flying to louisiana to get a closeup look at hurricane isaac aftermath and meet with officials. hundreds of thousands of people are still without power. the renovated levy system held up.
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several out lying parishes got hit with flood waters. following the killing of dozens of coalition troops. a spokes person says will allow for background checks. working their way into the recruit ranks and shooting their trainers in the last month alone, 15 americans have been killed along with 30 others. let afghan police report suspicious activity. new this morning a suicide bomber kills two and injures more than a dozen. two americans are among those hurt after a car filled with explosives rammed into a u.s. government vehicle. the attack happened as the vehicle left the u.s. consulate. >> a baltimore county church has started a fund to help pay for high school student's medical bills after he was shot by a fellow student.
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daniel bowry is still in the hospital. police say robert gladden junior shot the other student on the first day of school. his church, the perry hall family worship center is planning a celebration for when he is released to the hospital. you can find a link on our web site myfoxdc.com. if you are heading to the bay bridge today, we want to remind you about an online tool you can use before heading to or from your destination. baybridge.com. live web cams online from 10 different locations. the site also rates how bad the traffic is in certain areas and how long the jam, traffic jam, is expected in that area. you can call 1877 bayspan for current traffic situations. >> and on this labor day when many rest for work, many are
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also looking for work. have some unique opportunitys to learn about job openings. they include on the job shadowing at places like the fbi and clark construction. to learn more go to the web site on your screen or call 1877 enabled. we want to update you on metro. the shaw howard university station is open today after flooding there last night. metro was able to get it open by 7:00 this morning when the system opened for the day. >> that's good news. coming up next, the showdown is looming steven strassburg. hot on the mound. but fans heated his games are limited. >> the end is near for the star right hander. we'll tell you when he's done for this season. and watch him pitch one last time. stick around fox 5 morning news returns with all those answers. [ fingers tapping ]
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the nats and the o's continue their march to the post season. the shut down is nearly here. >> showdown. it really is a showdown between steven strassburg and management. >> i don't think it's a showdown. >> it's a shut down. >> well, here's the thing. people want to see him pitching. we all want to see him pitching. what they did with george zimmermann a year ago. he looked great yesterday. 27th start of the season. the last time home fans can watch him is this friday and september 12th
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got to go up to new york city and you can catch steven for one last time this year and they officially shut him doyne. yesterday, 9 strike outs. no runs. only two hits. he's already up over 156 innings. the limit was going to be 160 to 180. they are staying true to their word. now, got to show love to our boys up north the orioles. again, people getting on me cause i like to call them cute little brother. they are not the cute little brother any more. they are grown up. first going to high school . and not once, but twice. you hanging, we'll bang them. 8-3. o's win. when the yankees look in the rear view, there's baltimore only two games behind for first place.
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it's september, and this is kind of crazy. can you believe we're talking football season? in 6 games rgiii and the boys going down for the season opener. who knows what's going to happen. we all have our theories. we have three guys. you like him as a starter? >> i'm going to go with him. what you see is youth. coming out of nebraska. really good wednesday night . we were there score. so i guess if you've got 3, you are hoping to get one to emerge out of the three. you have a look on your face. >> that romantic congratulations those two
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gentleman. lifted them up for a moment. >> you kind of jump up to make it a little easier. >> looks like something different is all i'm saying. >> moving right along. this is andy rodick the american who says he's retiring after this u.s. open. they like him in new york city. and liked him when he did this. trying to get back to the jimmy conner day. >> let me try this move cause i'm fancy. >> he advances to the fourth round. you are killing me today. good to see andy and the old guys of tennis still playing. >> at first that big ten is ball threw me off.
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>> that wasn't real? >> not real. >> thanks, dave. >> a lot of events going on today including the 74th labor day parade. >> coming up, julie takes us to the streets of old town and introduces us to a man making a difference. let's check in with holly. >> reporter: it's the 13th annual clifton car show. right now we have the lost highway band featuring michael melshoni. they are going to play later but for us first. we have the firefighters chili battle. all live later. >> all right. thank you so much. as we head to the break, a maryland crab cake sets a new world record. >> i'm looking at a stomachache. >> 300.5 pounds. 200 pounds of crab meat, 9 hours and special
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pan to make the grab cake. some people said it was the best they ever had. we'll be right back. 9:17. heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. 
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all right. this morning, high school marching bands, antique cars, fire trucks and many more are getting ready inform head down to the streets. >> 74th year, the labor day parade hits the streets today. and julie is the host. you join us with a guest about giving back to the community. and so are you. good to see you this labor day. >> reporter: good morning. how are you? >> good morning. >> i'm excited to be here. >> i'm excited. >> you have four mcdonalds here. >> four stores in the
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montgomery county. >> why did you pick to be the host of your four franchise? >> i don't have a choice as to where i have my stores. it's up to the corporation. but i have my presence. i would like to be in montgomery county. the opportunity came to purchase these stores, it was like a dream come true for us. so we have four restaurants with my wife in montgomery county. and two of them in the city of gaithersburg. and we are fortunate and very proud to have these restaurants in this community with the family and long time residents who support each other. and we've been having the stores for the last four and a half years. we don't take the community for granted. the community has many choices. they can go and eat and dine other places. but my crew, my
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wife and i are truly thankful for the community support in patronizing. >> speaking of the community, you give back with mc teacher's night. explain what that is. >> it's a dinner event at a restaurant partnered with local schools. and a portion of the proceeds we donate to the local schools. it's been very successful because of the support we get from the principals, the teachers and the presidents who volunteers to serve up the world famous french fries. >> speaking of which, did you bring some today? >> sure. i can bring some. >> what do you do for the kids? games? singing? what's going on there? >> what happens on that night, it's a 3 hour event. we invite all the parents and their
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students. and the principals, the teachers are working behind the counter in serving their dinner. usually the kids see them in the classroom teaching but during the event, they get d teacher behind the county working as a crew shakes and sundays and volunteering in the lobby cleaning the tables. really the fun event for three hours. we have a night coming soon on september 11th 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. . >> right up the street here. >> exactly. >> i would like to invite everyone to join us on that night to raise funds for the elementary school. >> great. september 11th, 5 to 8. 355 mcdonalds. what are you
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looking forward to today in the parade? >> for the first time we are participating and looking forward to be part of this parade. and looking forward to enjoying having fun. especially the floats. the sampling of the food. just enjoying the festivities. mcdonalds always was involved in the community. they always believed in giving back to the community. and this parade gives us an opportunity for us to know the community well and also find out how we can be a part of the community and help the community. >> good. thank you. it was very nice meeting you and talking to you. we look forward to seeing ronald in the parade. i want a big mac. back to you guys. >> thanks so much. good luck today. >> that's the labor day parade. there is the information. today at 1:00 p.m. rain or shine. >> doesn't matter whether it
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rains or not. >> streets of old town. always a lot of fun. and julie is always out there. a popular reality tv star wants to be recognized. what wants their name on the walk of fame. and the response. >> awesome overlooked animals in need of a forever home. meet these guys coming up after the break. anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel...
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okay. well, you should have seen this one coming. should reality tv stars get a star on the hollywood walk of fame? >> nope. >> kim karsashian thinks so. a representative for the chamber of commerce says a star has to have an acting career for five years or more. and that they look for those who have won multiple awards. as for kim and other reality stars, the rep says they are not on our radar right now. >> thank goodness.
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>> only because --. >> she's pretty >> reality tv has taken over now. >> a special place like some back alley remote place. >> maybe in the reality tv walk of fame. >> in a back alley. where they put the trash cans. >> she is an everyday name. >> she's an everyday name. >> that doesn't mean she's an actress. >> she is relevant in hollywood. >> she's very successful. >> what is that that she does? >> reality tv. >> she knows how to brand herself >> don't you have to purchase a star anyway? >> i don't know. >> i think so. >> hang in there. >> if she can get one, i can get one too.
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>> you have more talent. >> all right. let's get to your weather forecast. in for another warm and humid day. it's not feeling great out there at the moment. 79 right now in town. overnight lows falling back into the mid 70s with all the water we have out there and all the clouds. 77 in leonard town. 73 in martins burg. we're showing you how much water is out there. any time you get above 70, it is very humid. 73 in washington. 74 in anapolis. not going to get a break from the humidity today. all that moisture streams into the area, we're just in a very humid air mass and be so for the next couple days. radar, generally quiet right now. we have had a shower pop up to the north and
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to the east. and then as i open it up, start to see showers kicking up to our south as well. and down towards fredericksburg. and all of this you see here is the remnants of isaac. we'll keep the clouds in the forecast. cloudy day. and chance for showers and thunder storms. and showers like last night could be heavy. if the shower is a slow mover, you could see heavy rain later today. i know the timing isn't great and a lot of bbqs, can't guarantee it will be dry the entire afternoon. bring along an umbrella here if you are out and about. generally cloudy skies. scattered showers out there. portions of virginia. and as we put in motion here a few clouds late this afternoon. and all over again tomorrow.
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additional showers here. very slow mover. 83 today. mostly cloudy and humid. into the nighttime hours and tomorrow, unfortunately we keep the showers and the forecast through the middle of the week. behind that front we'll get a chance to dry out with cooler and drier air. friday and the start of the weekend, high temperatures will only be about 80 or so. and again, start to feel like september around here rather than soggy july. that's a look at the weather. back to you. >> it's hard to say but there are some pets who have a harder time getting adopted into forever homes. some say they are because of health issues, challenging personalities and some are just not interesting to some of us but interesting to others. we're talking about pets like rats. annie is now with the local shelter with all of that. >> the humane society of
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charles county is devoted to helping all animals including rats. the outreach coordinator joins me. good morning to both of you. thank you for coming in. here, azlin, the pet rat. >> that's right. >> tell us about azlin. >> he is a year old. rats make great pet s. they are clean. low maintenance. don't take a lot of time. curious, interesting animals. and they are pretty active at night. >> they are social and like to be with other rats. if someone were to take azlin would you suggest them getting multiple rats. >> if they were prepared >> what's the housing and diet like? >> this cage isn't the right cage. this is his travel cage. he's fancy with multiple cages. he should have a two tiered set
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up. and i don't know about the social. >> they should have a wheel. >> this is here so he presented a little better >> can you take him out? >> i love to show him to you. >> earlier he tried to get out. >> he's very shy right now. >> i just want to show his long tail. >> let me see if i can get him to come up. >> they are full of personality. they are quite intelligent animals. >> they are. they love to eat and hide their food. >> what do they eat? >> pretty much anything. i give them crackers as treats. >> how often do you feed them? >> make sure they always have food. >> every hour? >> at least if the bowl has food in it. >> he's very interested. >> shelters and rescued carries
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rats. >> tell us about baby. >> baby is 7 years old. it is a he . he is very calm. he loves to lay around and eat. that's literally his life . >> he's a preet yes happy family dog. -- pretty happy family dog. >> i don't know if they had children but he would be great with kids. nice and calm. not jumpy. >> the only reason he's with us is because his owner's health deteriorated and he's here looking for a new family. >> hopefully we'll help baby find a new home. and of course azlin. >> he's busy cleaning himself for you. very concerned. >> doesn't seem to mind the dog checking him out. >> coming up, you have a fun event called bark in the park. >> that's right. it's our biggest fund raise raiser. at the charles county fair grounds.
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and we have contests for you and your dog. fluffyi eshgsest tail. and other games going on. most of us have been rescued by shelter dogs. celebrate with all of us together just to show how much they rescue. >> is it a free event? >> it is a fundraiser. so we ask for a $5 donation at the door. but that's up to you. >> every dollar goes to the humane society. >> i'm sure you are with me on this. i love looking at funny and cute animal pics. this week we have take a look at this. a french bulldog. he's 3 months old. look how cute he is. he looks like he's
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mischievous. what did i do with those puppy eyes. log on to our web site to upload your picture. we have a direct e-mail which is petpix. >> if i put mine in disguide can you show my two dogs? >> of course. next week. >> thanks, annie. >> michael phelps may be out of the water but bank is anything but dry. >> two of the people in charge of michael jackson's come back concert reveal his bizarre behavior leading up to his death. what they said about his doctor next. >> the secret is out. beer lovers listen up . drink the same beer as the president. head chef released recipes. after receiving an online petition. both beer recipes
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a series of e-mails raising questions about michael jackson's health leading up to his death. the director were leaked to the los angeles times. in them, the pair serious doubt about the star'sability to perform. they were worried about emotional well being. jackson be evaluated by a psychiatrist. expressed great confidence in conrad murray'sability to keep him. stemming from an overdose of an an anesthetic used to help him sleep. apparently michael phelps has another talent.
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poker. the most deck la pulling in 100$100,000 last week. you can see him there on the left side looking like get that camera out of here. he took winnings down the strip spending most of it at night club in the wynn. $100,000 at a night club. >> not enough that he has a gazillion gold medals. >> some people are just lucky. >> apparently. >> how about this, don't be a bully. that is the message from 12-year-old monique who wrote her own song and shot a video. find out what's behind it next. >> and hundreds of vehicles are on display to help raise money for charity. taking us to the car show when we come back. .
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a lot of us were relaxing, one community spent the weekend getting in gear for a special event to help kids >> you'll find the clifton car show isn't just about cars. holly joins us live with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this is a really big deal. doing it for 13 years now. the main feature is the cars, there's a whole lot more than that. talked about the charities. they have a lot of other activities that really make this a fun filled day for the whole family. you got to eat. and they have good stuff. thanks to rusty hall . he organizes the fireman's chili challenge.
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how many years have you been doing this? >> 7. >> how does this work. >> what we're trying to do is for the best cook is going to receive the trophy and $1,000 donation to mda on their behalf. >> so there's 10 stations right? >> 10. >> that will all be competing? >> that will be competing. >> you have chili too? >> we have chili cooking up. >> did you make this from scratch? >> no. you can't do that. we've been cooking for a day and a half on this stuff. >> can you tell me a secret? >> i can't tell you everything. >> then it wouldn't be a secret. and you said your chili dogs are popular. >> 350 to 400. >> save this for me. nothing like chili before 10:00 a.m. in the morning. thank you very much. i saw him eyeballing that
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chili. good morning. >> good morning. welcome to clifton. >> it is our pleasure to be here. >> this is a big day. >> the lion's club we're so thankful to them. richard king was a great man. great friend of mine. and clifton is a great place. you know what else? >> what else? >> the weather. the rain knocked the heat off. and people need to get down here and come on down. have some chili. look at cars and just enjoy. >> the degree has been set by the mayor. thank you so much. we have one more thing. don't be taking my chili back there. i'm making my way over to the barn. they have live music here. i'm going to introduce you to michael. hello, sir. >> how are you doing this morning? >> i'm doing well. where do you
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keep your grammy? >> it's in the box. >> you don't set that thing out? >> every time i set it somewhere, it says i don't like to be here. i put it in the box. >> you keep it safe. >> i know you won a grammy with another band thank you you are playing with the lost highway band. tell me about your sound. what do you like about playing here? >> we've known rusty for years and years and this is always special events. >> you know what i figured out about this event is friends helping friends helping friends to help pull off one special day. >> yes, it is. and a lot of benefits for children's organizations. it's great. >> i know you are not set to play until later but can you play something for us? >> we'll do our best. >> the lost highway band. >> ♪ ♪
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>> michael and the band are going to be playing here just off to the side where they are having the chili cook off. they have a smoker with bbq and a dj in the streets. they have a dance party later on the 400 different cars that they have out here. and most importantly all of the proceeds go to the northern virginia therapeutic riding center and live with cancer. two non-profits that can use the support. we have the link to theirs. from 9:00 a.m.
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we're already an hour in and goes until 3:00 this afternoon. back to you. >> thank you. a lot of talent out there and a lot of talent right here next to me. she's 12 years old but decided to help raise awareness about bullying. >> she helped to write a song she hopes will influence her peers in a positive way. joining us is unique divine. >> that's a big name for a little girl >> thank you. >> i love it. tell me about this song. what made you write it? if you could tell us about the inspiration. >> in other places, there's a lot of bullying going around in high school and middle school and even some in elementary >> and you felt like you wanted to do something about it? >> yes. >> that is so powerful. you have a c d coming out. can you tell us about what other songs?
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>> name in lights. and trying to get together more songs to make the cd successful. >> i love it. what are some of the singers that have influenced you? >> tina turner. >> really? >> yes. fant asia. beyonce and alicia keys . >> you've been financing awards this whole time and have an appearance coming up at the cove. let me get the name of the place right. it is cove point water park on september 8th. and will you be doing this song there? >> yes. and the national anthem for 3 on 3 basketball. >> that is so fantastic. do you ever get nervous? >> yes. >> you do? you are such a professional. i'm surprised to hear that. you are going to sing the song.
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do any shout outs? i know your mom is here. >> shout out to the people who helped me park and recreations. and all my friends who helped me become this person and helped me support me and stand by my side. and most of all my mom for helping me to get to where i am today >> she's doing her song for us don't be a bully. take it away. ♪ ♪
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you said nasty things to my face, screaming out in your face when i have the right to be in this place ♪ your bullying can't hurt me. you just won't reach your destiny ♪ you like to make people cry but that won't be me, no ♪ you can talk about me all day ♪ you can talk behind my face but you will never get me to leave this place ♪ now you are trying to take it out on me but in life we all would like to be free ♪ you say
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nasty things to my face ♪ ♪ when i have a right to be in this place ♪ your bullying can't hurt me ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you can talk about me all day long. you can talk about me to my face ♪ but you know you will never get me to leave this place. now you are trying to take it out on me ♪ but in life we all would like to be free ♪ it's not right when you treat people the way you wouldn't want to be
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treated. please stop and join me in the fight against bullying. ♪ ♪ >> this fox 5 program brought to you by romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message.
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